Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Adelaide Law School
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
Date Position Institution name 2010 - ongoing Lawyer Self
Language Competency English Can peer review Hindi Can read, write and speak Panjabi; Punjabi Can read, write and speak
Date Institution name Country Title 2019 - 2023 University of Adelaide Australia Ph.D. Candidate 2010 - 2014 Panjab University India MA Political Science 2005 - 2010 University Institute of Legal Studies, Panjab University India BALLB (Hons.)
Year Citation 2021 Singh, S. (2021). Transforming Affirmative Action Jurisprudence: Applying Eidelson’s theory on the Supreme Court of India. Cardozo International and Comparative Law Review, 20 pages. 2021 Alexander, R., & Sawinder, S. (2021). Frank and Fearless: Public Servants and Political Communication. Public Law Review, 32(1), 44-60. 2020 Singh, S. (2020). Conceptualising ‘Black Lives Matter’: Time to consider Substantive Equality as a Fundamental Constitutional Guarantee. Amity Law Review, 16(2), 70-84.
Year Citation 2022 Singh, S. (2022). The Ayodhya Case: Inconsistencies in Law and Politics of Indian History. In P. Babie, R. Barker, & N. Foster (Eds.), LAW AND RELIGION IN THE COMMONWEALTH: THE EVOLUTION OF CASE LAW (Hart Publications 2022). (1st ed., pp. 20 pages). Hart.
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I am Associate Teacher/Tutor at Adelaide Law School. I teach Principles of Public Law with an occasional guest lecture in Comparative Constitutional Law.
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